SneakPeek Early Gender DNA Test Is 99.1% Accurate at 8 Weeks into Pregnancy.
In a new study published by the International Journal of Pregnancy & Child Birth, researchers showed that the SneakPeek Early Gender DNA Test predicts a baby’s gender as early as 8 weeks into pregnancy with 99.1% accuracy.
How accurate is the sneak peek test?
DNA-BASED TESTING – 99.1% ACCURACY¹: Unlike urine-based gender predictor tests, SneakPeek uses fetal DNA found in mom’s blood and is 99.1% accurate as early as 8 weeks into pregnancy. You’ll get gender results by email within 8 hours of sample arrival at our labs (FastTrack option), or 24 hours (Standard option).
How fast did you get your sneak peek results?
With SneakPeek Standard, you’ll receive your gender results 5-7 business days after ordering your test kit. With SneakPeek FastTrack, you’ll receive gender results within 72 hours of ordering your test kit.
How early can a blood test detect baby gender?
Blood Test Predicts Baby’s Sex at 7 Weeks. Some prenatal gender tests that use mom’s blood are very accurate at determining baby’s sex, a new study finds. But curious parents-to-be should be wary of online marketers that claim to be able to figure out fetal gender using just a woman’s urine.
How soon can I find out what im having?
This is one of the most common questions doctors get from parents-to-be. If you’re dying to know whether to stock up on pink or blue onesies, you’ll likely have to wait until you’re about 18 to 20 weeks along. Doctors can usually determine the baby’s sex during a routine ultrasound visit at this time, but not always.